Dr. Gabriel Rupp
Gabriel Rupp holds a number of degrees, including a BA in English and psychology, an MA in English and experimental psychology, and a PhD in composition/rhetoric/literacy from the University of Oklahoma. He has presented and published on a number of topics, ranging from cross-cultural psychology pedagogy, to cultural bias in Native American intelligence testing, to classical rhetoric, to Virginia Woolf's fiction, to Isaac Newton's alchemical and theological writings, to Q methodology and the relation of abduction to consciousness. His current research interests include histories of psychological science, discipline-specific academic writing, implications of postmodern science for contemporary psychology, and the intersections between psychology and semiotics. At present, he is an assistant professor of psychology at the University of Central Oklahoma.
Additional information is available at http://www.uco.edu/ceps/directory/rupp-gabriel.asp.